In a very physical game, the Sixers failed to bring the intensity against the Miami Heat and will head back to Philly empty-handed. It was clear from the jump that the Sixers didn’t have the energy to compete tonight. Save for Tobias Harris; the entire team was disengaged. It’s highly disappointing to see that from a team that’s […]Read more "Sixers/Heat Get Physical In Second Straight Loss For Philly"
With three games to play the Sixers will look to lock up the top spot in the East against the Heat in their final road game of the year. With three games left on the schedule, the Sixers will face the Miami Heat in their final away game of the regular season. Despite a disappointing […]Read more "Sixers Look To Lock Up First Place In Heat Matchup"
The Sixers couldn’t get the offense going tonight as they failed to secure the top seed in the East after falling to the Indiana Pacers. It was an incredibly frustrating game. The Sixers were shorthanded, as were the Pacers, and despite their first-half success, the Sixers collapsed in the second half leading to a final […]Read more "Sixers Struggle Offensively, Drop Heart-Breaker To Pacers"
The Sixers are on the road visiting the Indiana Pacers as they continue their quest to clinch the top seed in the Eastern Conference. The Sixers are two wins away from clinching the top seed in the Eastern Conference. The next team standing in their way is the Indiana Pacers. Led by Domantas Sabonis, the […]Read more "Sixers/Pacers Preview: The Hunt For The Number One Seed"
Could Philadelphia 76ers’ guard/forward Matisse Thybulle buck the trend and earn All-Defensive team honors as a role player? In his sophomore campaign in Philly, Matisse Thybulle has been the exact type of defensive hound that the team hoped he could be when they acquired him in a draft-night swap. On a nightly basis, his twitchy […]Read more "Could Matisse Thybulle Buck Trend, Earn All-Defensive Honors?"
Another win in the books for the Sixers, who have now brought their magic number down to two before they clinch the top seed in the East. The Philadelphia 76ers have almost clinched the top seed in the Eastern Conference after knocking off the Detroit Pistons. Joel Embiid led the way in scoring for Philly, […]Read more "Sixers Trim Magic Number To Two After Punishing Pistons"
The Sixers are on their way to securing the top seed in the East, and a win against the Pistons tonight would give them a commanding lead. It’s been over 20 years since the Philadelphia 76ers finished the regular season as the top team in the Eastern Conference. After all that time, the team’s magic […]Read more "Sixers Look To Take Commanding Lead Of East With Win Against Pistons"
Joel Embiid dominated offensively, but the Sixers barely held on against a Pelicans team, missing both Zion Williams and Brandon Ingram. The Sixers managed to hold the lead at the sound of the last buzzer, but once again, the team nearly dropped a game against lower competition after maintaining a large lead. After leading by 16 points […]Read more "Sixers Barely Hold On Against The Zion-less Pelicans"
Life is good for the Philadelphia 76ers as the Brooklyn Nets dropped another game to the Mavericks last night, making this four straight losses for the team. As a result of this loss, the Sixers’ Eastern Conference lead has been pushed to 2.5 games. With six games left to play, the Sixers are in the […]Read more "Sixers Searching for Seventh Straight Victory in Pelicans Matchup"
When the Sixers opted to hire head coach Doc Rivers to replace Brett Brown, the team was hoping for a corresponding exchange in identity. Rivers, who boasts the tenth-most all-time NBA coaching wins with 986 and counting, has long carried the identity of a winner- a character trait the Sixers longed to possess. Proven Winner […]Read more "Doc Rivers is showing why he was the perfect hire as playoffs near"